This blog post is part of the series on a course called Open Networked Learning, specifically for the course offered in Autumn of 2018, abbreviated as ONL181. This blog post is about my reflections on topic five of the course that deals with the topic of course reflections. Below you will find my personal general reflections about the course.

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S̵o̵,̵ ̵t̵h̵i̵s̵ ̵i̵s̵ ̵t̵h̵e̵ ̵f̵i̵n̵a̵l̵ ̵p̵o̵s̵t̵ ̵o̵f̵ ̵m̵y̵ ̵j̵o̵u̵r̵n̵e̵y̵ ̵i̵n̵t̵o̵ ̵t̵h̵e̵ ̵w̵o̵r̵l̵d̵ ̵o̵f̵ ̵O̵p̵e̵n̵ ̵N̵e̵t̵w̵o̵r̵k̵e̵d̵ ̵L̵e̵a̵r̵n̵i̵n̵g̵. This is my first post into my journey to practice the learning from participating in this course. I never blogged before and the fact that…


This blog post is part of the series on a course called Open Networked Learning, specifically for the course offered in Autumn of 2018, abbreviated as ONL181. This blog post is about my reflections on topic four of the course that deals with Design for online and blended learning. In this post, I will talk about how my current course is delivered and why in near future there a need to develop an Online/Blended learning for the course.

Problem and Opportunity

I am currently teaching a course that is given in a classroom (this course is final year course, and optional, also called…


This blog post is part of the series on a course called Open Networked Learning, specifically for the course offered in Autumn of 2018, abbreviated as ONL181. This blog post is about my reflections on topic three of the course that deals with Learning in communities. I will cover some interesting things I learned about Personal Learning Network (PLN). Please note PLN’s, in general, are used by many different professionals, however, this blog post is specifically talking about PLN’s for teachers.

What is a Personal Learning Network

Every time I hear a new word or phrase used in pedagogical development (in the context of this course)…


This blog post is part of the series on a course called Open Networked Learning, specifically for the course offered in Autumn of 2018, abbreviated as ONL181 (ONL 181, 2018, October 10). This blog post is about topic 2 of the course and reflects my take on some of the questions raised for the webinar (ONL 181, 2018, November 3) discussions.

How open are you?

I believe I am in between the two ends and hoping this course will take me to the other side of the being open. I do believe in open content, open learning. This has been the main source of…


This blog post is part of the series on a course called Open Networked Learning, specifically for the course offered in Autumn of 2018, abbreviated as ONL181 (ONL 181, 2018, October 10). This blog post is about Open Learning. What it means, what are the challenges, and what are the implications.

What does being open learning mean (to me)?

Many have different opinions and definitions for this term or phrase. For some, it may mean free education, for some, it may mean the ability to access knowledge and education from digital devices (free and/or paid). For me, open learning as a student is about access to affordable education…


I am digitally literate now or am I?

This blog post is part of the series on a course called Open Networked Learning, specifically for the course offered in Autumn of 2018, abbreviated as ONL181 (ONL 181, 2018, October 10). The blog post will be limited to the topic of digital literacy in the education domain.

I will start the blog post (and my participation in this topic discussions) by saying that I am digitally literate, My aim is to see if I am correct or wrong by the end (some tiny part of my brain is already giving me some hints)

What is digital literacy

My discussions within my group have…

Sandeep Patil

I consider myself to be #StudentForLife and my learning never stops. I hope to share what I learn with the rest.

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